How to Remove Troj/Cosiam
Trojans is one of the most wide-spread threat in the internet. They can spread in lot of ways (torrents, e-mail attachments, video codecs etc.). Troj/Cosiam as well as any other trojan can harm your PC in different ways. Originally, trojans stole just your e-mail contacts and some personal data. Nowadays, they can steal any type of private information, being serious threat. In this tutorial we will show how to deal with Troj/Cosiam detect and remove it from your PC.Choose option :
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Trojan's detail table
Win32 (Windows 9x, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Seven)
As we already said there numerous ways trojan can get to your PC from the internet. Troj/Cosiam copies its file(s) to your hard disk. File name typical to Troj/Cosiam is systray.exe . Then it runs itself and creates new startup key in registry with name Troj/Cosiam and value systray.exe . If you will look into running processes list you will see some extra process with name like systray.exe or any random name that uses decent amount of your CPU.
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During all time since adding Troj/Cosiam to our database we track it changes and add them in the list below, removing files mentioned from your hard drive and deleting them from starup list and also unregistering all corresponding DLLs will result cleaning your computer drom the trojan. But also, missing DLL's that can be removed or corrupted by Troj/Cosiam should be restored from your Windows CD .
So, here is the simple process to remove Troj/Cosiam:
1. Delete following processes form startup and files from your hard drive:
2. Delete the following folders that are assosiated with Troj/Cosiam:
3. Finally, remove this registry keys:
Warning: Sometimes, trojan can use system file names or randomly generated names for its executable. We recommend you to use WiperSoft Antispyware Malware Remediation Tool for safe problem solution.
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